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Loud noise and fuzzy screen

When I turn on my tv after about 2 min it makes a constant loud noise and gets fuzzy

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You should check your home wiring and grounding. Also be aware of anything that has recently been turned on when this happens. Anyone using a microvwave, cell phone, or other appliance that might be causing the interference.

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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